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Chelsea

 By Phil Lythell

Cech exit from Chelsea must be done respectfully and strategically

The Spanish Football Federation have confirmed Chelsea's Diego Costa will miss Spain's upcoming internationals with a hamstring injury.

Nothing has been announced, but goalkeeper Petr Cech has all but confirmed that he will be leaving Chelsea FC for pastures new once the current season has drawn to a close. An interview published in a newspaper from his native Czech Republic on Tuesday made it clear for the first time that he is not prepared to spend another season as an understudy to Thibaut Courtois, heavily suggesting that his association with the West London club is in its final throes after 11 incredibly successful seasons...

 By Kevin Palmer

John Terry and Didier Drogba helping Juan Cuadrado adapt to Chelsea

ESPN FC and former Chelsea man Craig Burley breaks down Chelsea's 3-2 victory over Hull.

Juan Cuadrado has revealed that the presence of Chelsea greats John Terry and Didier Drogba in Jose Mourinho's dressing room has helped to ease him through his first few weeks at Stamford Bridge.

Skipper Terry and decorated striker Drogba are the elder statesmen of Chelsea's Premier League title charge this season and Colombian midfielder Cuadrado confirms they offer a calming influence to those around them.

"Obviously they [Terry and Drogba] have experience and are very important for all of us,"...

Chelsea fans suspected to be involved in Paris subway incident to contest ban

The fans suspected of barring a black man from a Paris subway train would not be permitted to travel to matches at home and abroad.

LONDON -- Five Chelsea fans will contest the implementation of football banning orders for their suspected involvement in an incident where a black man was blocked from boarding a subway train in Paris.

The fans attended a magistrates' court in London on Wednesday for a preliminary hearing after being served with summons by police, who are applying for banning orders to be imposed.

Prosecutor Ian Rees Phillips told the court that the five men opposed the banning orders, which would prevent them...